PwC develops its education strategy business

Published at 10:00 AM on 23 October 2015

PwC has appointed Ian Koxvold to lead its education strategy business.


Ian joins PwC from Cairneagle Associates, where he established and developed its education practice. He will split his efforts between transaction-related work and corporate strategy development.

Nick George, head of TMT for strategy and transactions services at PwC, said:

“Ian is a great addition and brings with him a wealth of commercial experience and strategic leadership in this sector. We are excited by the rapid pace of change in education markets, with the embrace of new digital technologies and multiple sources of new investment. Ian’s appointment will allow us to provide more value and insight to our clients and drive further growth and development for the firm in this important sector.”

On his appointment, Ian Koxvold, added:

“I am really excited about joining PwC to develop their position in this exciting field. The education sector is transforming rapidly to support increasingly aspirational cohorts, spurred on by a growing sense that education is the key to individual and societal success. It is a privilege to be able to work with organisations that help so many young people.”

 

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